Annie McGuire brings highlights and interviews recorded over the T in the Park weekend.
All the music and highlights from T in the Park 2007.
Programme presenting the very best of Scottish dance music
Mark Inchley asks whether remakes and covers really can cut it.
Actor Bill Paterson with stories of Glasgow life
Bob Wylie tells the story of modern Romania.
Rosie Kane meets those who suffer from depression, anxiety and stress
Crimewriter Louise Welsh investigates tales of murder and the medieval Scottish kings.
Tales of travellers as Kenneth Steven sets off down Scotland's longest river, the Tay
Clare English goes on a personal exploration into the unexplained.
Raymond Mearns encounters people passionate about what natural Scotland has to offer.
Mark Inchley reflects on the 2010 Tall Ships Race from onboard the Christian Radich.
The Tall Ships drop anchor in Shetland. Join us for all the atmosphere of the event.
Be sure to tune in this Saturday when Tam is joined by Lorraine Kelly.
Edi Stark examines Scottish crime writing, talking to bestselling authors.
New drama. Sylvia's search for an old school friend leads to a surprising discovery.
Teachers discuss the realities of their job
Football discussion featuring guests, anecdotes and archive material.
An insight into the Jackie magazine that invented the teenage girl.
Insight into the Jackie magazine
Looking at parenting teenagers from both sides
A celebration of the Glasgow Apollo, Scotland's leading concert venue in the 1970s and 80s
Diary of the Labour MSP Karen Gillon who led a Scottish parliamentary delegation to Malawi
5 live commentator John Murray reflects on the goals which defined 2008.
Jane Moncrieff discovers from catalogue brides why they came to Shetland.
What makes a great song?
Eddie Reader and Boo Hewerdine joins Janice Forsyth to explain what inspires them.
James Grant joins Janice Forsyth and a studio audience to explain what inspires him.
Singer-songwriter King Creosote joins Janice Forsyth to explain what inspires him.
Davie Scott from The Pearlfishers joins Janice Forsyth to explain what inspires him.
Norman Blake from Teenage Fanclub joins Janice Forsyth to explain what inspires him.
Idlewild frontman Roddy Woomble joins Janice Forsyth to explain what inspires him.
Karine Polwart joins Janice Forsyth and a studio audience to explain what inspires her.
Clare English hears people's stories of the midlife crisis.
Kaye Adams meets the women at Scotland's pioneering alternative to life behind bars.
Tim Robbins, star of The Shawshank Redemption, leads acting classes in LA's Norco Prison.
Series exploring why the far north is an excellent destination
A look at the histories of Celtic and Rangers from a series of alternative viewpoints.
Ricky Ross presents an extended interview with the successful gospel singer.
Looking back over thirty years of broadcasting in the isles
Looking back over thirty years of broadcasting in the isles.
Despite the danger, more people are joining the army in Scotland. John Beattie asks why.
Edi Stark talks to artists who challenge our ethical and moral views
Ravi Sagoo charts the history of Asian police officers in Scotland from 1969.
Quiz show based around a mock Scottish citizenship test
The best voices from The Bands over the decades.
Edith Bowman travels back 50 years to the day The Beatles played Kirkcaldy.
Richard chooses some of his favourite interviews from the previous series.
A humorous take on all things Northern Irish, Scottish and Welsh.
Join Gordon Brewer, his guests and audience for a lively topical debate on the big issues.
Derek Bateman introduces a panel debate on what is best for the Scottish and UK economies.
A series of election debates with candidates seeking election to the Scottish Parliament.
El Sistema's music changed lives in Venezuela. Can it work for deprived kids in Scotland?
Austin Lafferty looks at the changing nature of funeral services in Scotland.
Drama about a postal worker who wins the National Lottery.
News, views and mindless gossip all on BBC Radio Shetland's newest chat show.
A dramatisation of Peter May's bestselling crime novel set on the Isle of Lewis.
Gritty drama about two men who are out of work and out of patience.
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Bob is a hero for our troubled times. He takes on internet spammers so you don't have to.
Drama following two 8th century monks trying to save holy relics from Viking marauders.
Bonnybridge is famous for its UFO sightings. Edi Stark reopens the X-File.
Join Clare English for a feast of books and all things literary
Radio Shetland's books programme
Live coverage and reaction to the chancellor's Budget statement.
Graham Stewart with the stories and issues making the news in business.
Laura Maciver investigates the value of the Ryder Cup to the Scottish economy.
James Naughtie explores the battle for hearts and minds in Scotland's referendum.
Billy Kay tracks down the descendants of Scotsmen who became golf professionals in the US.
Billy Kay explores the history of Scottish nationalism from the 14th to the 21st century.
Coverage of the Chancellor of the Exchequer's Autumn Statement.
Edi Stark finds out about the psychology of decision-making ahead of the referendum.
Documentary about the fifty-strong Parsonage Choir.
A mix of festive programmes.
It's Christmas Eve and trainee fireman and mainlander Jamie is shipwrecked on Rhuck.
Drama about a family pulling around the space left when one of them breaks contact.
Janice Forsyth with all that's new in comedy on radio, TV, the movies, online and live.
Janice Forsyth talks to participants of a project to record every single Burns poem.
Twenty years on we review the accuracy of JigCal, the 80s computerised career search.
Jonathan Glancey finds out about the architects who revolutionised church design.
A lorry with asylum seekers heads for Scotland. Will any make a new life for themselves?
Louise Welsh becomes a computer hacker for the day at Abertay University in Dundee.
Two worlds collide after an accident on a quiet country road.
Provocative discussions, inspiring guests and news about trends, fashion, music and art.
Janice Forsyth tunes into what's happening in arts, culture and music across Scotland.
The Dali Christ is Scotland's favourite painting. Louise Welsh finds out why.
Heather Suttie speaks to people about the changes they have made to their lives.
A live debate on the health and status of the Shetland dialect, chaired by Jane Moncrieff.
A roundtable debate on the health and status of the Shetland dialect.